Music Theory Concentration
Concentrations are available to music majors in the areas of Music Theory and Jazz Studies. A concentration is a structured plan of elective courses within a student’s major discipline that comprises a minimum of five courses for at least 15 credits. Courses taken to fulfill the concentration may count toward music elective requirements.
Admission to a concentration requires written acceptance by the chair of the department that offers the concentration. Specific admission requirements for individual areas are noted below.
Concentration in Music Theory
|Music Theory Concentration Requirements Core|
|MUTH 42100||Topics in Music Theory and Analysis||2|
|MUTH 44300||Pedagogy of Music Theory||3|
|Select 10 credits from the following:||10|
|Freshman Music Theory Seminar|
|Figured Bass and Score Reading|
|Jazz Theory and Aural Training I|
|Jazz Theory and Aural Training II|
|Advanced Aural Skills|
|Introduction to Composition|
|Introduction to Electroacoustic Music|